Conneaut Zoning Board To Rule Soon on O'Reilly's Downtown Store

by Martha Sorohan

he Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) has until early May to announce whether it will grant site plan variances to allow for the construction of a building at the southwest corner of State and Buffalo Streets to be leased to O’Reilly’s Auto Parts. 

Never Fear, High School Goof-Offs: The World Can Still Be Yours, Don Lagoni Tells EHS’ Class of 2017

by Martha Sorohan

 ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP – Don Lagoni’s tale of nearly flunking out, then dropping out, of Edgewood High School, only to become founder and CEO of a multi-million dollar company, was hardly what Edgewood High School Class of 2017 expected when they learned that the commencement speaker was to be a Baldwin-Wallace College and Harvard Business School graduate who owned an international company.

Kingsville Township Gets $500,000 To Build Garage

by Martha Sorohan

KINGSVILLE TOWNSHIP – Kingsville Township Trustee Darrell Ensman hopes that news that the township will receive up to $524,603.15 to rebuild the township garage puts to rest the rumors that the township had inadequate insurance following the July 15, 2016, fire that leveled the Cemetery Road building.

Two More Ashtabula County Metroparks Open in Conneaut

by Martha Sorohan

 CONNEAUT – In addition to kayaks and jet skis at the lakefront this summer, residents have good reason to put on their hiking boots and head for the woods.
Ashtabula County Metroparks opened primitive trails at two new additions to the park system late last month, offering nature lovers new paths to explore and horseback riders new bridle paths.

Kingsville Township Gets $500,000 To Build Garage

by Martha Sorohan

KINGSVILLE TOWNSHIP – Kingsville Township Trustee Darrell Ensman hopes that news that the township will receive up to $524,603.15 to rebuild the township garage puts to rest the rumors that the township had inadequate insurance following the July 15, 2016, fire that leveled the Cemetery Road building.